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Among all those serious studies in medical journals, the BMJ tackled a lighter topic: golf habits among physicians. So who plays the best game?
Physicians need to rethink the advice that patients take a daily low-dose aspirin given evidence from new studies, according to a new opinion piece.
The number of people hospitalized due to amphetamine use is skyrocketing, but the resurgence has been overshadowed by the nation’s focus on opioids.
It's time to take a close look at data to better plan for the U.S. system for training future physicians, says one medical school dean.
CDC officials have been aware of issues with its current lab for years.
Experience matters when it comes to hospitalists and patient outcomes—at least during that critical first year of practice.
Former ONC director Karen DeSalvo, M.D., has joined the University of Texas Dell Medical School, adding to its growing list of health IT leaders.
Some medical schools have radically changed their curricula to incorporate population health into the education of future doctors.
Several health systems in Texas are exploring direct-to-consumer telemedicine offerings following passage of a new law that expands virtual treatment.
Hospitals could be in trouble if the Senate approves the current version of the Republican Better Care Reconciliation Act, warns Toby Cosgrove.